Long Drive Golf Competitors Support Epilepsy Awareness

Tyler Barton competing at the New Zealand Long Drive Open Golf Tournament

25 March 2018, Omaha Beach Golf Club, Warkworth

Phillis Meti and Graeme Ambler promoting Purple Day

At the Epilepsy New Zealand's stand.

Anthony Thomas (USA) holding New Zealand Long Drive Open Golf winner's trophy.

With sponsors and notable guests.

Michelle Beretta with Tyler Barton

EFF - Epilepsy Friends Forever

Purple Day Heroes

Featured Images from Purple Day Heroes 2018

Purple Day New Zealand

Welcome to the website for Purple Day run by the charitable organisation Epilepsy New Zealand.

Purple Day is a grassroots effort dedicated to increasing awareness about epilepsy worldwide. On 26 March, people from around the globe are asked to spread the word about epilepsy by wearing purple, holding purple events and helping to fundraise for the cause locally.

Founded in 2008 by then nine-year-old Cassidy Megan of Nova Scotia, Canada, Cassidy started Purple Day in an effort to get people talking about the disorder and inform those with seizures that they are not alone. Cassidy named the day ‘Purple Day’ after the internationally recognised colour for epilepsy – lavender.

To learn more about Purple Day, click here.

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Support those living with Epilepsy by making a donation to Purple Day

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Host an Event

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Buy Merchandise

Buy Purple Day Merchandise to help bring awareness to Epilepsy and Purple Day

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